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Yes, Saudi Arabia is 100 % Sharia

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Submitted by ChrisLA (United States), Dec 25, 2010 at 13:43

M.S. from Saudi Arabia says that to oppose Sharia is essentially an act of apostasy. True, but that can be enforced only in a country like Saudi Arabia where the laws, the police, and the judiciary forcefully impose Sharia on the population. Islam is the only religion that boasts that it must impose its doctrines by compulsion.(See The 'Imrans, 3:83)

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